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Continuous thermoacoustic mixture separation
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Image of FIG. 1.
FIG. 1.

Scale drawing of the apparatus. Valves to the right of the drawing, not shown, connected the microcapillaries to the RGA and pumps. Valves to the left of the drawing, not shown, connected the feedstock/product capillaries to the source of gas and other pumps.

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FIG. 2.

Results with no time-averaged total mole flux, plotted as a function of location along the separation tube. Curves are calculations and points are experimental values. (a) Complex pressure. (b) Heavy mole fraction. (c) Specific acoustic impedance compared with Upper dashed curve is Re[] and lower dashed curve is Im[]. Solid curve near Re[] is

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FIG. 3.

Heavy mole fraction as a function of location for feedstock injected at and products removed at and . Points are experimental values and associated curves are calculations. (a) Product mole fluxes equal. Circles, . Squares, . Triangles, . (b) Product mole flux at is 25% of product mole flux at . Circles, . Squares, .

Image of FIG. 4.
FIG. 4.

Heavy mole fraction as a function of location for feedstock injected at one end and products removed at one or both ends. Points are experimental values and associated curves are calculations. Circles, injected at and removed at Squares, injected at and removed at Triangles, injected at , removed at , and removed at

Image of FIG. 5.
FIG. 5.

Heavy mole fraction at (points and curves above ) and at (points and curves below as a function of product mole flux at Feedstock is injected at and removed at and . Points are experimental values and associated curves are calculations. Circles, feedstock flow equal to twice the product flow. Squares, feedstock flow equal to five times the product flow.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Properties of 50–50 helium-argon at , , and , and values for three tubes filled with that gas. The last three rows of the table are for .

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Scitation: Continuous thermoacoustic mixture separation
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10.1121/1.2346129
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